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Episode 214: 1976 – The Deep Cuts

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Part 2 of 4 of our tribute to 1976 with some of the more lesser known acts. Listen Like Subscribe and SHARE!!!!

Go type in all of these artists on iTunes, Amazon, Pandora, AllMusic.com, etc. and see what fun you get into. Buy your music because it will be appreciated more on both ends, trust me!

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Episode 214

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Episode 91: Two and Through

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Bands that put out two proper studio albums and called it quits. Listen Like Subscribe and SHARE!!!!

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Episode 91

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‘Like’ Rock Strikes Ten on Facebook

Follow me on Twitter

Please check out our other shows on cnjradio.com including the flagship, Wrestling House Show as well as The Synaptic.

‘Like’ and recommend BIRTH SCHOOL METAL DEATH on Facebook!

‘Like’ and recommend The Synaptic by our good friend Randy. The guy knows his music for sure and his variety of taste is vast.

‘Like’ and recommend The Bull Pit by my friend John Dissed. He plays really really good rock and roll on his show. Here is the Facebook and subscribe to him on iTunes as well!

Big thanks to Mark Strigl for his endorsement of Rock Strikes Ten, it’s truly an honor. Go and ‘LIKE’ the Talking Metal Digital facebook page as well.

Current Listening: Hey! Hello!
Talking Metal podcasts and Talking Metal Digital on Live 365
All Danko Jones including his podcast!

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Episode 84: The New Originals

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More songs that are not as famous as their cover versions. Listen Like Subscribe and SHARE!!!!

Go type in all of these artists on iTunes, Amazon, Pandora, AllMusic.com, etc. and see what fun you get into. Buy your music because it will be appreciated more on both ends, trust me!

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Episode 84

or better yet please subscribe in iTunes PLEASE! (it’s in there somewhere)

‘Like’ Rock Strikes Ten on Facebook

Follow me on Twitter

Please check out our other shows on cnjradio.com including the flagship, Wrestling House Show as well as the brand new music show called The Synaptic.

‘Like’ and recommend BIRTH SCHOOL METAL DEATH on Facebook!

‘Like’ and recommend The Synaptic by our good friend Randy. The guy knows his music for sure and his variety of taste is vast.

‘Like’ and recommend The Bull Pit by my friend John Dissed. He plays really really good rock and roll on his show. Here is the Facebook and subscribe to him on iTunes as well!

Also check out the Wrestling House Show also a part of CNJRadio.com! If you’re not a pro wrestling fan then recommend it to someone who is.

Current Listening: Black Sabbath – 13
Queens of the Stone Age – Like Clockwork
Mutation – The Frankenstein Effect/Error 500
All Danko Jones including his podcast!

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Episode 20: Death By Stone

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aka Guitarists that do no make me Jann. Yes corporate magazines still suck and there is no greater proof than two things, this week’s show art and Rolling Stone magazine with their current list of the “100 Greatest Guitarists of ALL TIME”. I did so much raving and ranting on the show that I completely forgot to mention that they bumped Glen Buxton off their list this time around after cracking the bottom 10 last time. I talk enough on this episode so cutting to the chase this is a short list of players that you will not find on the Rolling Stone BS list. If you somehow subscribe to Rolling Stone then by all means PLEASE cancel it and use what you have remaining as an emergency wipe.

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Episode 20

or better yet please subscribe in iTunes PLEASE! (it’s in there somewhere)

‘Like’ Rock Strikes Ten on Facebook

Follow me on Twitter

‘Like’ and recommend BIRTH SCHOOL METAL DEATH on Facebook!

‘Like’ and recommend The Bull Pit by my friend John Dissed. He plays really really good rock and roll on his show. Here is the Facebook and subscribe to him on iTunes as well!

‘Like’ and recommend The Synaptic by our good friend Randy. The guy knows his music for sure and his variety of taste is vast.

Also check out the Wrestling House Show also a part of CNJRadio.com! If you’re not a pro wrestling fan then recommend it to someone who is.

Once you have listened to the episode, feel free to email joey@cnjradio.com and tell me who your favorite unappreciated guitarists are and whether they were on this episode or not. Perhaps I missed a song you may think I may not be aware of. As always, I would love to know what your favorite or least favorite songs were from each episode. In addition you can request a theme for a future episode or just send good ol’ hate mail.

Current listening for the week:
Full albums from 2011

p.s. here is a short list of people I didn’t play on this show but should get a mention

I didn’t play due to either having played them on the show already or just plain ol’ time constraints but you can bet I will be revisiting this theme down the road.

Rick Nielsen
Lita Ford
Dave Mustaine
Steve Clark
Phil Collen
Mick Mars
Larry LaLonde
K.K. Downing
Glenn Tipton
Dave Murray
Adrian Smith
Jannick Gers
Kerry King
Jeff Hannemann
Brad Whitford
Joe Perry
Davey Johnstone
Elliot Easton
Richie Sambora
Sammy Hagar
Joe Satriani
Ty Tabor
John 5
Phil Campbell
Ted Nugent
Alex Skolnick
Bruce Kulick
Warren DeMartini

and so many more

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